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Land for sale 2.8 acres has water, electricity and septic tank
onsite. Cleared, ready for mobile home. Call Antley Real
Estate 548.9111.
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IN THE MATTER OF
NUMBER 47,865
JOHN GIBBS
3RD JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT
PRAYING FOR A
MONITION
UNION PARISH,
LOUISIANA
PERMANENT
ASSIGNMENT
SECTION: ______
NOTICE OF
PETITION FOR
MONITION
NOTICE IS
GIVEN that JOHN
GIBBS, has petitioned
this Court for a
Monition to be
granted covering the
following described
property, to-wit:
PROPERTY NO. 1:
151 CARROLL
LP BEGIN at Southeast
Corner of
Southeast Quarter
of Southeast Quarter
(SE/C of SE/4
of SE/4), Section
31, T21N, R2W, run
West 905.30 feet,
North 63.10 feet for
point of beginning,
North 09 degrees 14
minutes 00 Seconds
West 218.70 feet,
South 72 degrees,
11 minutes 00 seconds
West 182 feet,
South 33 degrees,
08 minutes, 00 seconds
East 153 feet,
South 55 degrees,
44 minutes, 09 seconds
East 51.77 feet,
South 87 degrees, 58
minutes, 00 seconds
East 82 feet to the
point of beginning,
containing .630
acres, more or less,
297-720, 1029-31,
1029-92 (CORR),
1029-93 (CORR),
1168-461 (CORR),
1171-89, 1181-490
(Tax Deed); 1204-19
(Redemption Deed);
1171-89
That pursuant to
an instrument recorded
in Conveyance
Book 1216, Page
15, of the Records
of Union Parish, Louisiana,
dated May 20,
2009, and recorded
May 20, 2009, the
petitioner, JOHN
GIBBS, purchased
from Albert B. Caldwell,
III, et ux. at a
tax sale conducted by
the Sheriff of Union
Parish, Louisiana the
property described
above for the price of
THREE HUNDRED
THIRTEEN AND
57/100 DOLLARS
($313.57).
PROPERTY NO. 2:
BEGIN at the
Northwest corner of
Southwest Quarter
of Southwest Quarter
(NW/c of SW/4 of
SW/4), Section 7,
T20N, R1E, run East
526.6 feet for point
of beginning, run
southerly 217.1 feet,
easterly 113 feet,
southerly 52 feet,
easterly 44 feet to 80
foot contour of Lake;
northerly along MSL
contour line 265 feet,
West 140 feet to point
of beginning containing
.80 acres, more
or less, LESS 1 lot
sold to Mark Earnest
Williams (Park site
of Lakeside Terrace
Subdivision) 733-259;
893-326; 1134-617.
That pursuant to an
instrument recorded in
Conveyance Book 1216,
Page 3, of the Records
of Union Parish, Louisiana,
dated May 20,
2009, and recorded May
20, 2009, the petitioner,
JOHN GIBBS, purchased
from Pacemaker Land
Corporation at a tax
sale conducted by the
Sheriff of Union Parish,
Louisiana the property
described above for the
price of SIX HUNDRED
SIXTEEN AND 78/100
DOLLARS ($616.78).
PROPERTY NO. 3:
BEGIN 100 FEET
South of Northeast Corner
of Northwest Quarter
of Southeast Quarter
(NE/C of NW/4 of SE/4),
Section 10, T21N, R3W,
run South 103 feet, West
190 feet, North 103 feet,
East 190 feet, to point of
beginning (2410420015);
158-365; 360-364; 646-
3; 982-205 (Tax Deed)
1055-84 (Redemption)
That pursuant to an
instrument recorded in
Conveyance Book 1216,
Page 11, of the Records of
Union Parish, Louisiana,
dated May 20, 2009, and
recorded May 20, 2009,
the petitioner, JOHN
GIBBS, purchased from
Edgar Thompson, et
ux. at a tax sale conducted
by the Sheriff of
Union Parish, Louisiana
the property described
above for the price of
TWO HUNDRED EIGHT
AND 64/100 DOLLARS
($208.64).
PROPERTY NO. 4:
BEGIN at the Northwest
Corner (NW/C),
Section 25, T19N, R1E,
run East 869.87 feet for
point of beginning, run
East 443.58 feet, South
293.94 feet, West 143.65
feet, North 16 degrees,
34 minutes West 125
feet, West 210 feet, North
16 degrees 34 minutes
West 182.32 feet, to
point of beginning, containing
2.10 acres, more
or less. 330-447, 599-
313, 610-186, 611-183,
615-235, 237 668-330,
729-153, 796-60, 820-
60, 845-179 (Tax Deed),
849-203(Redemption)
1003-44 (Donation)
That pursuant to an
instrument recorded in
Conveyance Book 1216,
Page 9, of the Records of
Union Parish, Louisiana,
dated May 20, 2009, and
recorded May 20, 2009,
the petitioner, JOHN
GIBBS, purchased from
George Earl Wedgeworth,
et ux. at a tax
sale conducted by the
Sheriff of Union Parish,
Louisiana the property
described above for the
price of TWO HUNDRED
THIRTY-SIX AND 91/100
DOLLARS ($236.91).
PROPERTY NO. 5:
BEGIN 210 feet
South of Northwest Corner
of Southwest Quarter
of Southwest Quarter
(NW/C of SW/4 of SW/4),
Section 18, T23N, R3W,
run East 210 feet, South
210 feet, West 210 feet,
North 210 feet, to point of
beginning (this is 1 acre)
That pursuant to an
instrument recorded in
Conveyance Book 1216,
Page 19, of the Records of
Union Parish, Louisiana,
dated May 20, 2009, and
recorded May 20, 2009,
the petitioner, JOHN
GIBBS, purchased from
Jewel Smith, et ux. at a
tax sale conducted by the
Sheriff of Union Parish,
Louisiana the property
described above for the
price of TWO HUNDRED
EIGHTY AND 79/100
DOLLARS ($280.79).
Any person and/or
creditor who opposes this
proposed sale must file
his opposition within thirty
(30) days of the day the
monition is first inserted
in the public newspaper,
why the sale so made to
your petitioner should not
be confirmed and homologated.
This Notice shall
run one (1) time in the
public newspaper.
(806) 10/19/17

SPECIAL MEETING,
UNION PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
October 4, 2017
The Union Parish
School Board met in Special
Session at the Union
Parish School Board
Office in Farmerville, Louisiana,
on Wednesday,
October 4, 2017 at 10:00
a.m. Members were
present as follows: Mr.
Danny Smith, Mr. Tommy
Bennett, Mrs. Judy Mabry,
Mrs. Shannon Barkley,
Mrs. Sharon Stewart,
Mrs. Challana Dean, and
Mr. Clyde Hays. Absent
from the meeting were Mr.
Robert C. James, Jr. and
Mr. John Ellis.
President Barkley
called the meeting to
order and Mr. Bennett
gave the invocation.
On motion by Mr.
Smith, seconded by Mr.
Hays, the Board approved
the agenda as printed.
M3A Architecture met
with the Board to discuss
the proposed Union Parish
High School stadium/
field house.
After discussion, the
Board agreed to the
changes to the fieldhouse
construction as per the
blueprint provided by
Mr. McElroy, M3A Architecture.
The Board
directed Dr. Cannon to
provide estimates on
monies remaining after
construction of the new
Junior/High School. Mrs.
Dean expressed concern
about the square footage
of the fieldhouse and the
cost of furnishings.
The Board, having
set its next Regular Meeting
for Monday, October
16, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. to be
held at the Union Parish
School Board Office in
Farmerville, Louisiana,
adjourned on this the 4th
day of October, 2017.
George Cannon,
Secretary
Union Parish
School Board
Shannon Barkley,
President
Union Parish
School Board
(233) 10/19/17

The Salem Water
System is currently in
violation of the maximum
contaminant level (MCL)
for total trihalomethanes
as set forth by the State
[Part XII of the Louisiana
State Sanitary Code (LAC
51:XII) ] and the Federal
Primary Drinking Water
Regulations (40 CFR
Part 141).
The United States
Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) and the
Louisiana Department
of Health and Hospitals
(LDHH) set drinking water
standards and requires
the disinfection of drinking
water. Where disinfection
is used in the treatment
of drinking water, disinfectants
combine with
naturally occurring organic
and inorganic matter
present in water to form
chemicals called disinfection
byproducts ( DBPs).
EPA and LDHH set standards
for controlling the
levels of disinfectants
and DBPs in drinking
water, including trihalomethanes
(THMs) and
haloacetic acids (HAAs).
Some people who drink
water containing THMs
in excess of the MCL over
many years may experience
problems with their
liver, kidneys or central
nervous system, and may
have an increased risk of
getting cancer.
In December 1998,
EPA set enforceable
drinking water standards
for TTHMs at 80 parts per
billion (ppb) and HAA5 at
60 parts per billion (ppb) to
reduce the risk of cancer
or other adverse health
effects. Compliance with
the TTHMS and HAA5
standard for public water
systems serving less than
10,000 individuals initially
became effective and
enforceable on January
1, 2004. Compliance
with the TTHMs standard
is determined by
calculating a locational
running annual average
(LRAA) of the quarterly
TTHMs sample results.
Compliance calculations
performed for the second
quarter of 2017 show
that the systems current
TTHMs LRAA is 173
ppb at DBP02- TURKEY
CREEK RD AND PLATT
RD and 193ppbat DBP03
–LANDFILL RD; thus,
the system is currently in
violation of the TTHMs
standard.
Please share this
information with all the
other people who drink
this water, especially
those who may not have
received this notice directly
(for example, people
in apartments, nursing
homes, schools and businesses).
You can do this
by posting this notice in a
public place or distributing
copies by hand or mail.
This is not an emergency.
If it had been, you
would have been notified
immediately. EPA and
LDHH do not consider
this violation to have any
serious adverse health
effects on human health
as a result of shortterm
exposure; however,
continued long-term exposure
to TTHMs level
above the standard (e.g.,
20 years of exposure)
has the potential to have
serious adverse effects
on human health.
If you have any question
please contact Gary
Taylor at 318-376-5970.
(413) 10/19/17

D’Arbonne Storage,
LLC located at 1106 Sterlington
Hwy, Farmerville,
LA, 71241, will have a
public auction on Saturday,
November 4, 2017
at 9:00 a.m. Units to
be auctioned off to the
highest bidder. Cash only
plus 5% sales tax.
The following units
will go up for sale:
1. Robert Mays #619
(5x10nc) Mattresses and
household goods.
2. Julia Smith #325A
(5x10nc) Furniture and
household goods.
3. Jennifer Albritton
#509, 408 (2-10x10nc)
Household goods, boxes,
sporting goods, toys.
4. Carol Hudson
#613 (15 x 10 nc) Household
goods and furniture.
5. Eva Meeking #621
(5 x 10 nc) Children’s
chairs and toys.
6. Alan McKevitt #31
(15 x 10cc) Household
goods, fishing equipment,
appliances & furniture.
7. Starla Maxwell
#521 (10 x 10 nc) Furniture,
household goods,
toys.
Always call the day
of the sale to insure we
still have the units to be
auctioned off. 318-368-
7201 or 318-245-0336.
(148) 10/19/17
Business Prop. For Rent
For rent: Office space, water paid. Call Antley Real
Estate 368.2020.
Work Wanted
STUMP GRINDING REMOVAL, Free estimates. Call James
Stewart 243.1009 or 768.2554.